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Are you ready for a short riddle and my questionable wit? To solve this puzzle you will have to use your wisdom with a dash of grit! Focus on traveling, nomad, and adventure, then you’ll solve it!
I’m not unraveling
Yet consumed by traveling
I am not a lad
For I am a female nomad
Looking for an adventure
Find me in 910 for this venture
What am I?
Cant. Stop. Traveling.
Do you yearn for a trip to the unknown? Are new cuisines calling your palate? Dreaming about new adventures in paradise? Oh, I know, BuLL Crew. Unfortunately, the destinations on our life list are put on hold until things get figured out with 2020 aka Year of the Pandemic. Hope is not lost. Luckily, this is a great time to dive into the next best thing, a book about traveling. I recently read Tales of a Female Nomad which is a great book for any explorer. Her experiences while traveling as a solo female have been inspiring and delightful. Except when she drinks wine out of a human skull, that was – disturbing.
She traveled to various destinations and lived well on less than $15,000 a year. This book was written a while ago but this is not the first time I have heard about living in developed countries to save money. Geoarbitrage at its finest. It’s a common occurrence especially when people retire and want to maximize their fixed income. There is a lot to be saved, experienced, and learned when living overseas. I don’t know about you, BuLL Crew, but I am ready to pack my bags! Permanently!
Venturing for an Adventure
The author articulates in a more colorful fashion, the variety of benefits to adventures. The thrill of traveling translates into a giddy excitement for what is to come. Where new flavors, sounds, and sights throw emotions into complex heights. Few things bring these feelings to the surface like exploring a new land. I have experienced enough to know that I have an eternal flame of desire for new experiences. This pandemic has only incensed this fire. I doubt I am the only one who has realized that these opportunities are not to be taken lightly moving forward.
How is your desire for travel, BuLL Crew? Do you avoid travel like bears avoiding mothballs? Or is your spirit animal a wanderer?
You got this, BuLL Crew!